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The Delhi High Court publishes seven judgments in Hindi

New Delhi. The Delhi High Court has published Hindi versions of some of the rulings made this year for the convenience of the common people. For the first time, a bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramaniam Prasad has made available seven decrees from January 1 to February 28 in Hindi. These have been translated through the artificial intelligence (AI) tool Supreme Court Legal Translation Software (SUVAS).

Rapid work is underway to install CCTV cameras: Delhi Police

New Delhi. The Delhi Police told the Supreme Court that it is moving ahead with the tendering process for the installation of CCTV cameras in police stations as directed by the Supreme Court. The top court had ordered the government of Delhi and other states to install high-capacity CCTV cameras within 18 months. The Delhi Police has submitted a status report with this information to the Supreme Court. The report was filed in response to a petition asking for directions to the Delhi Police and the Delhi Government to install CCTV cameras with audio recording in all police stations. Police told the court in January that 30 of the 1,941 CCTV cameras were out of order. In addition to upgrading the existing cameras, 2175 additional cameras would also be installed in the police stations.

Recruitment process of ASHA employees must be completed within six weeks: Supreme Court

New Delhi. The Supreme Court asked the Center and the Delhi government to speedily complete the appointment process of ASHA workers in the Chilla Khadar area on the banks of the Yamuna. In this area about 4250 people live in huts. A bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramaniam Prasad said the nomination process should be completed within six weeks. The court approved the order while hearing a plea for the appointment of two trained ASHA workers, health workers for the distribution of medicines in the Chilla Khadar area. The petitioner Chhote Lal had demanded an update of the list of vacant posts of ASHA employees and a time-bound way to fill those posts.

Instructions for checking the postgraduate degree of two senior doctors

New Delhi. Supreme Court orders National Medical Commission (NMC), Delhi Medical Council (DMC) and Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) to verify postgraduate degrees of two senior doctors working as pediatricians in a leading private hospital in Delhi. The court has also asked both doctors to explain their point of view in this case. The hearing has been postponed to April 19. The court issued this order at the request of the mother of an injured child. It was alleged that due to the negligence of the doctors, his son Devarsh Jain’s life was in danger.

Take steps quickly for appointment of chairperson and members: Supreme Court

New Delhi. The Supreme Court has requested the Central Government to take steps to appoint the Chairman and other members of the Appellate Body under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) within eight weeks. Justice P. Maninder Singh, given the huge pending cases under the PMLA, told the government that multiple banks would need to be set up to clear them. The Justice said this while hearing a petition filed by M/s Gold Croft Properties Pvt Ltd challenging an order issued by the authority on January 25. It requested that the PMLA proceedings be transferred to a two-judge chamber under Article 6(7). In addition, the judge also rejected the company’s petition.

SC upholds ex-lawyer’s acquittal in sexual harassment threat case

New Delhi. A court in Delhi has upheld the acquittal of Jamia Hamdard’s former clerk on charges of sexual harassment and threats against a woman. The Magistrate’s Court had acquitted the accused on the grounds that the charges had not been proven. Also said that the complainant has repeatedly changed his statement. She was unable to provide any evidence to support her claims.

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